This month we will be privileged to have Keir Lynch addressing us at our monthly meeting on 21 June. His talk will be titled “Birds and Biodiversity – Threatened Species in a Threatened Landscape.” and should be of interest to all members.
In his own words, “I have two decades of experience within nature conservation and have been privileged to work in the Klaserie Private Nature Reserve, Phinda Private Nature Reserve, Shamwari Game Reserve and Sanbona Wildlife Reserve. In 2012 I joined the CapeNature Biodiversity Stewardship Programme and was responsible for landscape conservation and protected area expansion in the Overberg region. I left CapeNature to head into the frontlines of conserving threatened ecosystems by heading up a Watercourse Restoration Project for the Overberg Renosterveld Conservation Trust, a project funded by the WWF Nedbank Green Trust. I am also the Chairperson of the Overberg Crane Group and an avid naturalist. When not looking at birds I can be found searching for snakes underneath rocks or wading through wetlands in search of frogs.”
We look forward to a full turn out at this interesting meeting.